General Linda Bond's Easter Message.
Commissioner Makoto Yoshida, reports that the country's recovery is 'going well', although he says that ongoing problems at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station continue to cause 'some uneasiness among the people'.
More than 260 delegates from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Oman and Kuwait gathered in Dubai on 18 March to celebrate the growth of The Salvation Army in the Middle East
The Salvation Army in Myanmar is responding with emergency supplies after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit the east of the country on Friday 25 March.
Salvation Army emergency workers in Japan report that the government disaster response is proceeding well and that most areas in need of assistance have now been reached.
The ground floor of The Salvation Army’s International Headquarters (IHQ), 101 Queen Victoria Street, London was comfortably filled, on Thursday morning 24 March 2011, for the IHQ farewell meeting and presentation of retirement certificates to General Shaw Clifton and Commissioner Helen Clifton.
Following consultation with the International Management Council (IMC), General Shaw Clifton has approved the official commencement of Salvation Army work in Togo, effective 1 April 2011.
The Salvation Army's earthquake response in Japan is continuing its work despite difficulties caused by snow and the lack of fuel.
Three Salvation Army teams in Japan are providing vital assistance to people affected by the country's earthquake, the resulting tsunami and ongoing problems at a nuclear power station.